Application is invited to apply for Utrecht University Grants and Scholarships 2023. There are many fully funded and partially funded scholarships available at Utrecht University and the best thing is that all Grants and Scholarships are currently open.
Utrecht University, the Dutch Government, and other organizations offer scholarships, fellowships, and grants. Below is a list of the scholarships that are most often used by international students studying in Utrecht.
Netherlands Grants and Scholarships 2023
The Utrecht Excellence Scholarship (UES) is a highly selective program meant for talented international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA = the EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway) who seek to pursue a Master’s degree at Utrecht University.
The Utrecht Excellence scholarship can be awarded as:
- tuition fees
- tuition fees plus the required income linked to a residence permit for study as set by the Immigration and Naturalisation Service, for one year.
Deadline: 31 January 2023
- Number of scholarships: approximately 10
- Available for: EU/EEA students (including Dutch students)
- Scholarship amount: € 5,000 or € 10,000
Deadline: 31 January 2023
The Holland Scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture & Science and Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences.
The scholarship is meant for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA = the EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway) who wish to pursue a Master’s degree in the Netherlands.
Utrecht Sylff Scholarships – for outstanding graduates from University College Utrecht and Economics and Business Economics (UU)
Amount of scholarship
- At least 25,000 US$ for a non-EU student per year, but variable
- At least 10,000 US$ for an EU student per year, but variable
Candidates will be nominated by their Faculty. The deadline for nominations is April 1.
Full-time EU/EEA students under the age of 30 are eligible for a tuition fee loan. Students of UCU, and UCR, PPE pay a higher (statuary) tuition fee and may request DUO for a higher tuition fee loan. You will have to pay this loan back after you graduate, including the interest on the loan.
Erasmus+ is a very wide program, covering a diverse range of actions. How you can take part depends broadly on two factors:
- if you are applying by yourself or on behalf of an organization
- in which country you or your organization is based
This page contains a general overview of how to take part. You will need to check the specific action that you are interested in to see the criteria you should meet.
NN Future Matters Scholarship – for full-time students in the field of finance, risk management, or economics
With this NN Future Matters scholarship and coaching program, NN aims to help you engage in your own professional development. You will be matched with an NN mentor who will coach you throughout your studies.
The scholarship consists of an amount of € 5,000 (except for students from Turkey and Japan*) and a mentorship. You will receive € 4,500 in two installments of € 2,250 each during the academic year and € 500 at the end of your studies.
This scholarship offers a number of highly talented prospective students the opportunity to pursue a degree in one of the English-taught Master’s programs of the Graduate School of Law, Economics, and Governance.
For students who will have to pay the statutory tuition fee (EU/EEA students): €11.000
For students who will have to pay the institutional tuition fee (non-EU/EEA students): tuition fee plus the required income linked to a residence permit for study as set by the Immigration and Naturalisation Service, for one year.